buldozerul, Polirom] 2005 for the French version, l'Harmattan, Paris. 2004 -
NATIONALISM AFTER ... www.undp.ro/governance/pdf/ewr2001.PDF [English].
Books April 2010 –A TALE OF TWO VILLAGES. EAST’ EUROPE’S RURAL TRANSITION New York and Budapest: Central European University Press. March 2010 – OTTOMANS INTO EUROPEANS. THE LIMITS OF INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFER (editor). London: Hurst; Boulder: Columbia University Press. 2006 – VILLAGES ROUMAINS, with Gerard Althabe, 2004 for Romanian version [Secera si buldozerul, Polirom] 2005 for the French version, l’Harmattan, Paris. 2004 - NATIONALISM AFTER COMMUNISM. LESSONS LEARNED FROM NATION AND STATE BUILDING, (editor) New York and Budapest: Central European University Press, 2004 [English] –translated into Albanian and Serb-Croat. 2002 - ROMANIA AFTER 2000. THREATS AND CHALLENGES (editor) Bucharest: UNDP, 2002, www.undp.ro/governance/pdf/ewr2001.PDF [English] 2002 - POLITICS AFTER COMMUNISM, Bucharest: Humanitas, 2002 [Romanian] 1998 - SUBJECTIVE TRANSYLVANIA. A CASE STUDY OF ETHNIC CONFLICT Bucharest: Humanitas, 1998 [Romanian, with English summary] 1998 - PUBLIC POLICY, Bucharest: Polirom, 1998 [Romanian], edited with Sorin Ionita. 1998 - POLITICAL DOCTRINES (editor) Polirom Publishing House, Iasi, 1998 [Romanian] 1996 - Romanians after ’89. DIE RUMANEN NACH ’89. SOZIO-POLITISCHE STUDIUM. Romanian version, Humanitas, Bucuresti, 1995, Friederich Ebert Stiftung, Timisoara, 1996 for German version.
Journal Special Issues Edited DIMENSIONS OF EUROPEANIZATION, in Südosteuropa. Zeitschrift für Politik und Gesellschaft, 61/2009 (forthcoming), contributions from Mark Hallerberg, Ulrich Preusss, Gerhard Knaus, etc. Europe As a Democracy Promoter. POLSCI Romanian Journal of Political Science, Vol 5 - No 2 - 2005 POPULISM(S). POLSCI Romanian Journal of Political Science, issue 02/2007, with contributions from Philippe Schmitter, Florian Hartner, Claus Offe, etc. INFORMAL INSTITUTIONS, POLSCI Romanian Journal of Political Science, issue 02/2005, with contributions from Hans-Joachim Lauth, Alena Ledeneva, Erik Skaaning, etc.
Peer-reviewed indexed academic papers by topic
EUROPEAN STUDIES 1. ‘Perpetual Transitions: Contentious Property and Europeanization in South-Eastern Europe. In East European Politics and Societies, Sage, 2/2012, advanced article online 2011 2. ‘Getting Governance Right: Can the EU be Effective after Accession?’ in Internationale Politik, August 2010. 3. ‘Europeanization Meets Transformation.’, in ‘Democracy and authoritarianism after the Fourth Wave’, Edited by Valerie Bunce, Michael A. McFaul and Kathryn Stoner-Weiss, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009 4. ‘EU Accession Is No "End of History", Journal of Democracy, Vol. 18, Issue 4, October, 2007, pages 8-16 5. ‘The influence of EU accession on minorities' status in East Central Europe’, Romanian Journal of Political Science , 1/ 2007 p 58-71 6. ‘Europeanization without Decommunization. The Balkans Unfinished Revolutions’, in Orbis, Foreign Policy Association, Philadelphia, fall 2006 7. ‘East of Vienna, South of Drina. Explaining the constituencies for Europe in South-Eastern Europe. in Robert Rorschneider and Stephen Whitefield, Public Opinion , Party Competition, and the European Union in Post-Communist Europe, Edited by Robert Rohrschneider and Stephen Whitefield, Palgrave Macmillan, Sept 2006, pp 166-188 8. ‘European Enlargement and Democratic Performance’, in Democratization in the European Neighbourhood , Michael Emerson, editor, CEPS Paperback Books, Brussels, 2005 , pp 15-38 9. ‘Beyond the New Borders’, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 15, Issue 1, January, 2004, pp. 48-61 10. ‘Europe's Desert of Tartars' Challenge: The Borders of the Enlarged European Union’, European University Institute, S. Domenico di Fiesole, 2001. Robert Schuman Working Paper 35 p. 2001/43 11. ‘Confier l’Europe, un jeu infini’, in Pouvoirs, Seuil, Paris, 106/ 2003, pp 131-151 12. ‘Of Dark Sides and Twilight Zones: Enlarging to the Balkans’, East European Politics and Societies, New York University, Vol. 17, No. 1 (2003), pp. 83-90. 13. ‘Facing the Desert of Tartars: Europe’s Eastern Border Challenge’, in Jan Zielonka, Europe Unbound, London, Routledge, 2002, pp 51-72
CORRUPTION AND PUBLIC POLICY
1. Contextual Choices in Fighting Corruption. Lessons Learned. Oslo: Norwegian Agency for Cooperation in Development (NORAD), http://www.norad.no/en/tools-andpublications/publications/evaluations/publication?key=383808, September 2011 2. A House of Cards? Building the Rule of Law in the Balkans, chapter in The Western Balkans and the EU: 'the hour of Europe', Edited by Jacques Rupnik, Paris: European Union Institute for Security Studies, 06 June 2011 3. ‘Civil Society and Control of Corruption: Assessing Governance of Romanian Public Universities’ in International Journal of Educational Development Vol. 31, Issue 5, 2011.
4. ‘Corruption: Diagnosis and Treatment’, in Journal of Democracy, Vol. 17, Issue 3, July 2006, pp. 86–99 5. ‘Seeking the Virtuous Circle. Migration and Development in South-Eastern Europe’. In Development and Transition, a journal of United Nations Development Program and London School of Economics, no 2/2005, pp 7-11 6. ‘Understanding Balkan Particularism. The Ambiguous Social Capital of South-eastern Europe’, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies Vol. 5, No. 1, January 2005, Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 45–65 TRANSITION AND DEMOCRATIZATION 1. ‘Struggling with Media Capture: Romania’, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi and Cristian Ghinea, chapter in “Understanding Media Policies”, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012 2. ‘The Other Transition’, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi Journal of Democracy, Volume 21, Number 1, January 2010, pp. 120-127 (twentieth year from the fall of Berlin anniversary issue) 3. ‘Moldova's Twitter Revolution’, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi and Igor Munteanu, Journal of Democracy 20.3 (2009): 136-142 4. ‘How Media and Politics Shape Each Other in the New Europe’ in Finding the Right
Place on the Map. Central and Eastern European Media Change in a Global Perspective, edited by Karol Jakubowicz and Miklós Sükösd, Intellect Ltd.-Chicago University Press. October 2008 5. ‘State, Authority and Citizens in South Eastern Europe. Revisiting the Balkan Political Culture’, in Unity amidst Variety?, edited by Ekavi Athanoupoulos, Tauris, 2008 6. “’Hijacked Modernization. Romanian Political Culture in the 2oth Century’; in Sudosteuropa 55 (2007) 1, S 118-140 7. ‘Fatalistic Political Cultures Revisited’ Chapter 12 in Hans-Dieter Klingemann, Dieter Fuchs and Jan Zielonka, Democracy and Political Culture in Eastern Europe, Routledge, London, 2006 8. ‘Europeanization without Decommunization. A case of Elite Conversion’, chapter in Dimitris Papadimitriou, David Phinnemore Romania and The European Union: From marginalization to membership? Routledge, 2006 9. ‘Doubtful revolutions and counter-revolutions deconstructed’, Review article, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, Volume 8, Number 1, April 2006, pp 109-112 10. ‘Romania and Poland’. Chapter in Larry Diamond and Leonardo Morlino (editors), Quality of democracy, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005 11. ‘Milosevic Voters. Explaining Grassroots Nationalism in Postcommunist Europe’, chapter in Nationalism after Communism. Lessons learned, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi and Ivan Krastev editors, (New York and Budapest: Central European University Press, 2004), pp 43-83 12. ‘’The Unbearable Lightness of Democracy’. Poland and Romania after Communism’, Current History, November 2004, pp. 383-388.
13. ‘Was Huntington Right? Testing the Border of Civilizations’, in International Politics, Kluwer, June 2002, Volume 39, Number 2, pp 193-213 14. ‘The Return of Populism - The 2000 Romanian Elections’, in: Government and Opposition, 36, 2001, pp 230-252 15. ‘From State to Public Service: The Failed Reform of State Television in Central Eastern Europe,’ in Miklós Sükösd and Péter Bajomi-Lázár (eds.) Reinventing Media: Media Policy Refom in East Central Europe Budapest: CEU Press, 2002, pp. 31-62 16. ‘The Romanian Postcommunist Parties A Story of Success; in The Communist Successor Parties of Central and Eastern Europe Edited by: Andras Bozoki; John Ishiyama NJ, M.E. Sharpe, 2002 17. ‘Reinventing Politics or Reinventing Societies?” , Review Article, East European Politics and Societies, Spring 2000, University of California Press v. 14 no. 2 (Spring 2000) p. 475-86 18. From Procedural Democracy to European Integration, in Mary Kaldor and Ivan Vejvoda, Democratization in East Central Europe, Pinter, 1999 19. ‘A Few Surveys Looking for a Theory’, Review article, Government and Opposition, LSE, fall 1999, pp 230-52 20. ‘Identity Crisis: Romania Self-Analyzes Its Way West’, Transitions, 5/4, April 1998 21. ‘The Ruler and the Patriarch: State and Church in Post Communist Transition’, East European Constitutional Review, 6/6, Summer 1998 http://www.law.nyu.edu/eecr/vol7num2/feature/rulerpatriarch.html 22. ‘The Intellectuals as Political Actors in Eastern Europe’, East European Politics and Societies (EEPS), University of California Press, Spring 1996 23. ‘Constitutional Courts on Trial: Romania’, East European Constitutional Review (EECR), CEU and University of Chicago Law School, 6/1, Winter 1997 24. ‘Letter from Romania’, Mungiu, A., et. al. inGovernment and Opposition, v. 29 (Summer 1994) p. 348-61